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Tinega, AN, Pelle, R, Kang'a, S, Gicheru, MM, Taracha, ELN, Nene, V and Graham, SP (2009) Fusion of a cell penetrating peptide from HIV-1 TAT to the Theileria parva antigen Tp2 enhances the stimulation of bovine CD8(+) T cell responses VETERINARY IMMUNOLOGY AND IMMUNOPATHOLOGY, 130 (1-2). pp. 107-113.

Graham, SP, Saya, R, Awino, E, Ngugi, D, Nyanjui, JK, Hecker, R, Taracha, EL and Nene, V (2007) Immunostimulatory CpG oligodeoxynucleotides enhance the induction of bovine CD4+ cytotoxic T-lymphocyte responses against the polymorphic immunodominant molecule of the protozoan parasite Theileria parva. Vet Immunol Immunopathol, 115 (3-4). pp. 383-389.

Graham, SP, Honda, Y, Pellé, R, Mwangi, DM, Glew, EJ, de Villiers, EP, Shah, T, Bishop, R, van der Bruggen, P, Nene, V and Taracha, EL (2007) A novel strategy for the identification of antigens that are recognised by bovine MHC class I restricted cytotoxic T cells in a protozoan infection using reverse vaccinology. Immunome Res, 3.

Graham, SP, Pellé, R, Honda, Y, Mwangi, DM, Tonukari, NJ, Yamage, M, Glew, EJ, de Villiers, EP, Shah, T, Bishop, R, Abuya, E, Awino, E, Gachanja, J, Luyai, AE, Mbwika, F, Muthiani, AM, Ndegwa, DM, Njahira, M, Nyanjui, JK, Onono, FO, Osaso, J, Saya, RM, Wildmann, C, Fraser, CM, Maudlin, I, Gardner, MJ, Morzaria, SP, Loosmore, S, Gilbert, SC, Audonnet, JC, van der Bruggen, P, Nene, V and Taracha, EL (2006) Theileria parva candidate vaccine antigens recognized by immune bovine cytotoxic T lymphocytes. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A, 103 (9). pp. 3286-3291.

Bishop, R, Shah, T, Pelle, R, Hoyle, D, Pearson, T, Haines, L, Brass, A, Hulme, H, Graham, SP, Taracha, EL, Kanga, S, Lu, C, Hass, B, Wortman, J, White, O, Gardner, MJ, Nene, V and de Villiers, EP (2005) Analysis of the transcriptome of the protozoan Theileria parva using MPSS reveals that the majority of genes are transcriptionally active in the schizont stage. Nucleic Acids Res, 33 (17). pp. 5503-5511.

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